The 1975 have released a music video for 'Heart Out' - the latest single from the band’s self-titled debut album - which features ADORABLE little mini versions of each band-member.
Whoever cast this video - I think it was Matty Healy himself actually - deserves a gold medal! SO MUCH ACCURACY.
There’s even a mini guitar-tech! And a mini sax-player!
AND MATTY’S YOUNGER BROTHER (LOUIS HEALY) PLAYS MATTY IN THE VIDEO.
About the new video, Healy says:
"With the video for Heart Out I wanted to return to the classic performance scene. I love a good performance video and wanted to try my hand at creating something that represented my grandeur and slightly deluded sense of self, whilst also adhering to the simplistic rules of a performance. The video is about narcissism, belief and delusion in equal measure. It represents how antiquated and romanticised visions of past and future shed a blazing light on the present and in turn provoke a self-analysis that soon shifts from the material to the ideological.
It was in this state of excitement and obsession where the 'Heart Out' video was born. Obviously I can delve into the artistic vision of the video - what it means to me, the subtext and my own emotional investment within it - but in doing so I fear defacing what the video truly is about, at face value. It's a bunch of kids who think they're rockstars. And... They are. x."
Watch the 'Heart Out' music video below…
P.S. Click HERE to read our latest interview with The 1975.